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FMS Calendar Solution

FMS Calendar Solution

For a while now, I have been debating moving the calendar integration within our FMS. Currently we tie into the Google Calendar API via the Auth 3.0 Javascript API. While this works, we miss some of the features that Google refuses to add. I began the search for an in house solution to our problems. I had a couple of requirements and features that were ideal within a calendar solution. It has to have a non sucky API, be fast,…

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CMS Northbound Interface Integration

CMS Northbound Interface Integration

When designing the fiber management system (FMS), one feature¬†that is heavily needed is a way to provision, change, delete and query customer hardware. Being a Calix shop, we have our access hardware, and a CMS (Calix Management System) which aggregates all of our access systems together. The result is a one stop shop where ONT’s can be managed across one interface. Upon our first deployment, we used the CMS client to provision and manage all of our ONTs for customers….

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Hoodland Library Transition

Hoodland Library Transition

Last month, SandyNet had to get Internet connectivity from the old Hoodland library, across the street, to the new one. Part of the switch required a new line to be drug from our splice case on Welches road to the new library. Northsky got an OFS 24 pair (I think?) to the site, but¬†left it coiled up outside. So, the team and I performed the first ever SandyNet aerial splice. In addition, Chris and I did a tower climb a…

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Introducing Speedtest Stats!

Introducing Speedtest Stats!

Within the past couple of months, we set up a speedtest server, that our customers, and everyone else can test to, to see how fast their internet is to Sandy, OR. All tests and accessible information is stored on OOKLA’s reporting site, and can be downloaded in a CSV format. What we wanted to do is graph this data. Instead of using an MS product like Excel to graph data, and updating records and adding new tests to an existing…

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